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‘First day’ for Maui public school students displaced by wildfire

COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
                                At top, Kahu Greg Dela Cruz, left, from Living Way Church Maui, greets Lahainaluna High School Principal Richard Carosso.
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COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

At top, Kahu Greg Dela Cruz, left, from Living Way Church Maui, greets Lahainaluna High School Principal Richard Carosso.

COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
                                Lahainaluna High School students, faculty and staff are welcomed with a Hawaiian oli, or chant, by Dela Cruz.
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COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Lahainaluna High School students, faculty and staff are welcomed with a Hawaiian oli, or chant, by Dela Cruz.

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                                Hawaiian immersion program kindergarten teacher Liko Rogers at Thursday’s field trip at Fleming Beach, Maui.
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Hawaiian immersion program kindergarten teacher Liko Rogers at Thursday’s field trip at Fleming Beach, Maui.

COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
                                Above, Lahainaluna High School students eat lunch in the Kulanihakoi High School cafeteria. They gathered there again at the end of the day to sing the Lahainaluna High alma mater.
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COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Above, Lahainaluna High School students eat lunch in the Kulanihakoi High School cafeteria. They gathered there again at the end of the day to sing the Lahainaluna High alma mater.

COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
                                At top, Kahu Greg Dela Cruz, left, from Living Way Church Maui, greets Lahainaluna High School Principal Richard Carosso.
COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
                                Lahainaluna High School students, faculty and staff are welcomed with a Hawaiian oli, or chant, by Dela Cruz.
GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Hawaiian immersion program kindergarten teacher Liko Rogers at Thursday’s field trip at Fleming Beach, Maui.
COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
                                Above, Lahainaluna High School students eat lunch in the Kulanihakoi High School cafeteria. They gathered there again at the end of the day to sing the Lahainaluna High alma mater.